Comparative Idioms in English

Comparative Idioms in English

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It’s as light as a feather.
He’s as mad as a hornet.
He’s as proud as a peacock.
He’s as strong as an ox.
It’s as clear as mud.
It’s as dry as a bone.
It’s as flat as a pancake.
It’s as good as new.
It’s as old as the hills.
It’s as quick as lightning.
It’s as solid as a rock.
She’s as sick as a dog.
She’s as stubborn as a mule.
She’s as white as a sheet.
They’re as different as night and day.


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